Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
This one intrigued me when I first learning about, it is something that I've never seen in Ontario; However it seemed easy, safe, cheap, and more importantly a great way to use up excess lemons.
Nocino is a walnut liquor that hails from Modena, Emilia Romanga. It is made by steeping unripe green walnuts in spirits, and usually used as a cold weather, or after dinner beverage.
Many great food is made out of necessity, and this is no exception. A twist on classic dill pickles with flavours from the middle east.
How convenient. We just built a smoker and need to do something with all of our jalapeños.
With each bite of this on some toast you taste peach, vanilla and honey. Simple, comforting flavours.
One of the best fruits of summer, Peaches, are enhanced by the delicate floral notes of honey and the hint of Bergamot in Earl Grey Tea. For some reason I can't get Do-Re-Mi from Sound of Music out of my head...